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Murder by Death

I read cozy and historical mysteries, a bit of Paranormal/UF, and to mix it up, I read science and gardening books on occasion.

Armchair Traveling - February update

*Using this site I've been tracking where in the world my reading takes me.

 

This is where I've gone this month:

 

Countries:  (bold = new)

 

**What I Was Doing While You Were Breeding:

  • The Netherlands
  • Russia
  • Iceland
  • Israel
  • New Zealand
  • Argentina
  • Brazil

United Kingdom (England specifically):  84 Charing Cross Road

France: Dawn of the Belle Epoque

Italy Under the Tuscan Sun

Russia A Day in the Life of the Soviet Union

Denmark The Year of Living Danishly: Uncovering the Secrets of the World's Happiest Country

Scotland (UK):  Changeless

*Germany: The Candy Bombers The Untold Story of the Berlin Airlift and America's Finest Hour

 

 

States of the USA:  (bold = new)

 

 

Florida: Blondes have More FelonsThe Cat Sitter's Cradle

Montana:  Crime Rib

Texas: Death, Taxes and Silver SpursPaw Enforcement

Virginia: Keeping Mum

Oregon: Meet Your Baker

Tennessee: In Hot Water

Nevada: Ghost of a Gamble

California: Keeper of the Castle

New Jersey: Inspector Specter

Georgia: Some Enchanted Éclair

Arizona:  Clan Rathskeller 

Washington, D.C.:  All the President's Menus 

*Illinois: Dark Debt

*Mississippi: Bones on the Bayou

*New Hampshire: Maple Mayhem

*North Carolina: A Finder's Fee

*Pennsylvania: Suspendered Sentence

*Vermont: A Wee Murder in My Shop

*South Carolina: Death at the Door

*New York: Tricks of the Trade

*Michigan: Tailing a Tabby

*Maryland Death is like a Box of Chocolates

*Kentucky The Dangers of Dating a Rebound Vampire

*Alabama: Cover Story

 

 

I spent a lot more time outside the US than in it this month.

 

 

*Inspiration courtesy of Url Phantomhive and her idea of tracking her reading by country and US state to see where the books she was reading were taking her.

 

**Normally, I wouldn't count all those countries from one book, but this is a memoir of her travels, and the chapters concerning these places made you feel you were there with her. 

 

(note to self:  #A2CC64)